APRIL 23, 2018 – LONDON, UK – On 2 - 4 May, CloudBees will be at KubeCon EU to showcase CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise running natively on Kubernetes, and Jenkins X - the newest sub-project within the Jenkins project. CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise is an enterprise-grade continuous delivery solution for DevOps teams. Jenkins X is a new initiative spinning up within the Jenkins project that will provide a guided, cloud native, Kubernetes-based continuous integration and continuous delivery solution. CloudBees is a KubeCon sponsor and will have experts available to demo and discuss how the company enables DevOps teams to deliver Kubernetes-native applications. Stop by booth G-C07 and learn what CloudBees and Kubernetes can do to accelerate software delivery.
CloudBees has recently made Kubernetes a key part of its long-term strategy, by fully supporting Kubernetes in CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, acquiring key Kubernetes talent and joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Thanks to Kubernetes and CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, IT organizations are now able to choose where they run their DevOps workloads (on-premise and in the cloud), with no changes required, and with the benefits of scalability, elasticity and portability.
Leading CloudBees executives will be keynoting at the conference, specifically:
- James Strachan, CloudBees - Jenkins X: Easy CI/CD for Kubernetes (Intermediate Skill Level) (Wednesday 2nd May, 16:25 - 17:00)
- Introduction to Jenkins X to easily setup continuous integration and continuous delivery systems on your cloud of choice using standard tools: Kubernetes, Draft, Helm, Jenkins
- Creating new microservices or importing existing projects with automated continuous integration and continuous delivery
- Using pull requests to trigger continuous integration, preview environments, human approval and a full continuous delivery release
- Using automated provisioning to preview, testing, staging and production environments via Helm charts and GitOps
- Laura Frank, CloudBees - Understanding Distributed Consensus in etcd and Kubernetes (Intermediate Skill Level) Thursday 3rd May, 11:55 - 12:30
- The Raft consensus algorithm is at the core of etcd, allowing you to run highly available services across your Kubernetes cluster. But how exactly does quorum work, what happens when a node goes down, and how do all of the machines agree on the actual state of your services? Where is the Raft log stored, and how can you inspect it? Come away with deeper understanding of two of Raft’s main responsibilities, log replication and leader election, and be better equipped to make informed choices about your service declarations and cluster configurations.
About the Speakers
James Strachan is a software engineer who created the Apache Groovy programming language in 2003. He is a member of the Apache Software Foundation and a co-founder of a number of other open source projects such as Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, Apache ServiceMix. James is currently leading the Jenkins X project at CloudBees.
Laura is director of engineering at CloudBees and a Docker Captain. Her primary focus is making tools for other developers. At CloudBees, she works on improving the Docker infrastructure of the Codeship by CloudBees product line and overall experience for all users of the continuous integration and continuous delivery platform. Previously, she worked on several open source projects to support Docker in the early stages of the project, including Panamax and ImageLayers. She currently lives in Vienna.
REGISTER FOR KUBECON NOW, then visit CloudBees in booth G-C07.
CloudBees is the hub of enterprise Jenkins and DevOps, providing companies with smarter automation solutions and insights for accelerating software development. Our continuous delivery solutions offer developers and enterprises the industry’s broadest DevOps portfolio, from on-premise to cloud native, from self-managed to self-service, from guided best practices to flexible choice. By making the software delivery process more productive, manageable and hassle-free, CloudBees puts companies on the fastest path to transforming great ideas into great software and returning value to the business more quickly.
Backed by Matrix Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Verizon Ventures, CloudBees was founded in 2010 by former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey and an elite team of continuous integration, continuous delivery and DevOps professionals. Follow CloudBees on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+.